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'Ju' and Thomas Buchanan Presenting Prizes at Queen Mary's Hospital, Roehampton
"Ju" and Thomas Buchanan Presenting Prizes at Queen Mary's Hospital, Roehampton
 
 
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“Franklin Relic”
“Franklin Relic”
A copper kettle recovered by John Marshall in July 1866 from a cairn left by the Franklin expedition in 1851 
 
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“Ju” and Thomas Buchanan Presenting Prizes at Queen Mary's Hospital, Roehampton
“Ju” and Thomas Buchanan Presenting Prizes at Queen Mary's Hospital, Roehampton
 
 
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“Ju” Buchanan nee Myhill, Richard Collinson, Suzanne 'Billie' Collinson nee Buchanan and two unknown pups
“Ju” Buchanan nee Myhill, Richard Collinson, Suzanne "Billie" Collinson nee Buchanan and two unknown pups
 
 
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“Little Roy”
“Little Roy”
David Roy Urquhart, about 10 yrs old 
 
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121 Willingham Street, Weelsby with Clee, Lincolnshire, England
121 Willingham Street, Weelsby with Clee, Lincolnshire, England
Ruairidh Greig took this photograph in 2008 - This is a modern house occupying the site 
 
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191 Legsby Avenue, Grimsby, Lincolnshire, England
191 Legsby Avenue, Grimsby, Lincolnshire, England
Ruairidh Greig took this photograph in 2008 
 
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240 Welholme Road in 2008
240 Welholme Road in 2008
Ruairidh Greig took this photograph in 2008 
 
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32 Thomas Street, Grimsby, Lincolnshire, England
32 Thomas Street, Grimsby, Lincolnshire, England
Ruairidh Greig took this photograph in 2008 
 
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47 Hare Street, Grimsby, Lincolnshire, England
47 Hare Street, Grimsby, Lincolnshire, England
Ruairidh Greig took this photograph in 2008 
 
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<b>HMS Victory</b>
HMS Victory
The Port Carronade 
 
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<b>HMS Victory</b>
HMS Victory
Stern Cabin - from ashore 
 
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<b>HMS Victory</b>
HMS Victory
Carpenter's Walk 
 
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<b>HMS Victory</b>
HMS Victory
Admiral's Cabin 
 
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<b>HMS Victory</b>
HMS Victory
Main Hatchway 
 
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<b>HMS Victory</b>
HMS Victory
Tiller - Looking aft 
 
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<b>HMS Victory</b>
HMS Victory
Lower Gun Deck - Tiller - Looking Forward 
 
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<b>HMS Victory</b>
HMS Victory
Lower Gun Deck - Lower section of Double Tier Capstan 
 
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<b>HMS Victory</b>
HMS Victory
Gun Deck Detail 
 
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<b>HMS Victory</b>
HMS Victory
Upper Gun Deck 
 
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<b>HMS Victory</b>
HMS Victory
Poop Deck 
 
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<b>HMS Victory</b>
HMS Victory
Figurehead and Beakhead 
 
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<b>HMS Victory</b>
HMS Victory
The Calendar Cover 
 
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<b>MV Opawa</b> Off No 306210, Gross 38995.92, Nett 23940, IHP 20800
MV Opawa Off No 306210, Gross 38995.92, Nett 23940, IHP 20800
Richard joined his first Trident Tanker as Extra 3rd Officer on the 14 Feb 1967 in Milford Haven.
He p[aid off in Lavera, Marseilles on the 17th August 1968 
 
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<b>ss Ellora</b> of London,Trident Tankers; Off No 300949; G.T. 24339.73; N.T 14596.68
ss Ellora of London,Trident Tankers; Off No 300949; G.T. 24339.73; N.T 14596.68
Richard joined "Ellora" in Antwerp as 3rd Mate on the 20th October 1967 and left on the 25th April 1968.

This picture does not show "Ellora" in Trident Tanker colours. 
 
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A Garden Party at 240 Welholme Road
A Garden Party at 240 Welholme Road
Standing L to R:Sarah(Cissie) Warburton, Jessie Kydd, Unknown, Unknown, Helen Urquhart, Unknown, Helen Warburton, Helen Kydd
Seated L-R ?, Christine Warburton, Warburton Boys


Mouseover faces to see names, click on face to go to datapage.
 
 
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A Portrait of Joseph Taylor
A Portrait of Joseph Taylor
 
 
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A.U.Collinson Lt. Sept 1943
A.U.Collinson Lt. Sept 1943
 
 
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Addison Road
Addison Road
The rectory in Addison Road, Kensington. Directly opposite 54a where my parents lived until 1955 
 
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Albert <b>Collinson</b>
Albert Collinson
 
 
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Alfred and Charlotte Collinson
Alfred and Charlotte Collinson
 
 
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Alfred Collinson and Charlotte Urquhart's wedding
Alfred Collinson and Charlotte Urquhart's wedding
2 Aug 1910 - the wedding was at The Park Congregational Church, Humberstone Road, Great Grimsby - but this looks like the garden of 240 Welholme Road. Grimsby 
 
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Alfred Collinson and Charlotte Urquhart's wedding
Alfred Collinson and Charlotte Urquhart's wedding
The wedding was at The Park Congregational Church, Humberstone Road, Great Grimsby - but this looks like the garden of 240 Welholme Road. Grimsby. It is not known who the lady on the right of the photograph is. 
 
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Alfred Collinson and daughter-in-law Isabel Rains
Alfred Collinson and daughter-in-law Isabel Rains
 
 
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Alfred Collinson as a young man
Alfred Collinson as a young man
Written on the back is the caption - "Faithfully Yours Alf" 
 
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Alfred J Woodcock
Alfred J Woodcock
In Memory of
Second Lieutenant ALFRED T. WOODCOCK

4th Bn., East Yorkshire Regiment
who died age 21
on 04 June 1918
Son of Herbert and B. A. Woodcock, of Edgley House, Barton-on-Humber, Lincs.
Remembered with honour
 
 
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Alfred John Collinson
Alfred John Collinson
 
 
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Alfred John Collinson and his son Richard
Alfred John Collinson and his son Richard
 
 
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All Saints Church, South Wingfield
All Saints Church, South Wingfield
The church of All Saints is mainly thirteenth century, the tower a century later, and the chancel was added in 1877. One possible reason for it’s seemingly strange location so far from the village, is suggested by historian Roy Christian to be because the original Saxon church was built to serve both the settlements of South Wingfield and Oakerthorpe, and was thus sited half way between the two. If this is so, then the reasoning behind the decision remains a mystery when considering the fact that the church was built on the flood plain of the River Amber - and has consequently been flooded on numerous occasions during its long history! 
 
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